120 BATTEMENTS PAR MINUTE
France | 2007 | Robin Campillo
One of the best reviewed films at Cannes 2017—and throughout the world—is a riveting group portrait of Parisian AIDS activists during the early 1990s. Voted Best Foreign Language Film of 2017 by the New York Film Critics Circle. “A moving, lump-in-the-throat love story…Should also resonate on a political level as a testimony to the power of activism to awaken an indifferent world.” –Screen Int’l. Subtitles. DCP. 142 min.
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